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Bellevue, WA 98006
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Main Office: (425) 456-7400
Attendance: (425) 456-7406
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M-T-T-F: 8:30am – 3:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30am – 1:25pm
Bell Schedules

AP Test Proctors Needed

NHS 2018 AP Test Proctor Hello NHS Parent Volunteers!  Your students will soon be taking AP tests and we are asking for your help to assist our lead proctor with test proctoring.  If you have not done this before please do not miss the opportunity to support our students in this way.  Click the Sign-Up Genius link to sign up and view further instructions.  Sign-up Genius

Backpacks and School Supplies 2018-2019

                     CONGREGAT IONS FOR KIDS

                Good Start Back to School

            *Backpacks and School Supplies 2018

 Grades 7-12* Only incoming 9th and 11th Graders will receive Backpacks Will you need school supplies next year? If you qualify for Free/Reduced Lunch, you may be eligible to receive these free supplies.  Congregations for Kids, a group of Bellevue congregations and area organizations, are donating these backpacks and supplies. To apply, please contact Ms. Aldridge in the Counseling office on or before 5/4/18. You must sign up now and will not be allowed to request the supplies in August. Backpacks and school supplies will be picked up at the school where you attend in August 2018. Please look for information at your school regarding the pickup dates in late August.  

CONGREGACIONES PARA LOS NIÑOS

Un buen comienzo para el año escolar

 *Mochilas y Útiles Escolares para el Año 2018 *

¿Necesitará útiles escolares para el próximo año? Si usted califica para el programa de Comida Gratis o a Precio Reducido, usted podría ser elegible para recibir estos útiles gratis.  Las Congregaciones para Niños es un grupo de congregaciones y organizaciones de Bellevue que donan estas mochilas y suministros. Para postular, comuníquese con la Sra. Aldridge en la oficina de consejería el 5/4/18 o antes. Debe inscribirse ahora y no podrá solicitar los suministros en agosto. Las mochilas y los útiles estarán listos para recoger en las escuelas donde cada estudiante está matriculado para el agosto de 2018. La escuela de su estudiante publicará información acerca de las fechas para recoger las mochilas y materiales escolares en agosto de 2018.

Class of 2018 Graduation Festivities

[vc_row padding="no-padding"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Now that the 2018 school year is under way, you may be turning your attention to graduation activities. Please review the following information about all upcoming activities and events as your senior concludes their high school experience. We look forward to celebrating this important occasion.  Be sure to check back frequently as we update this page as more details unfold.[/vc_column_text][cs_alert type="danger" icon="fa-exclamation-triangle"]Still need to order a cap & gown?.  All seniors participating in commencement will need 4 items:
  • Cap
  • Gown
  • Tassel
  • Stole
This 4 piece grad unit can be found on line 27 of the order form for $47.00.  You have 3 ways to order:  By phone at 1.800.567.8367, by mail (address on order form), or online from the Josten's website.  If you already have a (red) cap & gown, you can order the tassel and stole separately by calling Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.  Go to  Jostens.com to see the complete line of graduation items available.  AP Capes and Honor Cords will be available from the school in May.[/cs_alert][cs_alert type="info" icon="im-spinner12"]Please check back frequently as we update each tab (Ceremony, Other Events, Important Dates, Other Information) on this post as new information becomes available.[/cs_alert][vc_tabs][vc_tab title="Ceremony" tab_id="1459545338-2-32" icon="fa-graduation-cap"][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]

Graduation Ceremony

June 20, 2018 | 2:00 pm | Alaska Airlines Arena @ Hec Ed

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Tickets

Tickets are required for all guests over the age of 2. All graduates will receive 4 complimentary tickets.  All guests over the age of 2 must have a ticket for admission to graduation.  Extra tickets will be on sale online mid-May 7 – June 14, for $5.00 each.  After June 14, tickets may be purchased in person at the school on June 18 and 19 during regular school hours.  All fines must be paid to pick up extra tickets.[/vc_column_text][cs_divider width="50%"][vc_column_text]

Location

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Graduation Pictures

Are Mom and Dad getting nervous that they won’t be able to take a good picture on graduation night?  Fear not! A photographer from Grad Images will be at your ceremony to take a candid photograph of you at your special moment of recognition! They will take a photo of every graduate as they cross the stage, as well as other photos during the ceremony. You will receive a free passport-sized digital proof of this photo 5-7 days following the ceremony. To pre-register your email address prior to the ceremony, Grad Images and click on pre-event registration.[/vc_column_text][/vc_tab][vc_tab title="Other Events" tab_id="1459545338-3-48" icon="im-trophy-star"][vc_column_text]

Senior Prom

June 9, 2018 | 9:00 p.m. | Location TBA

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Baccalaureate

Date June 4 | 6:30 pm | Place TBD

Baccalaureate is a celebration for Newport Seniors, families and friends in an intimate setting to pause, reflect, and honor on this rite of passage. This event is free. We thank Newport High School PTSA for their sponsorship. Please contact Lisa Shank (newporthighptsa@gmail.com) for questions or to help out with refreshments.[/vc_column_text][cs_divider width="50%"][vc_column_text]

Senior Awards

June 15, 2018 | 9:00 AM| Newport High School PAC

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Senior Video

June 15, 2018 | 10:30 am | Newport High School PAC

Attention seniors! Want to remember the great times you have shared with friends over the past years? Then start collecting your photos for the senior video.  We need pictures of everyone in our graduating class so that we can create a recollection including every student in the class of 2018!  Information for turning in your photos will be provided after 1st semester.
  • Everyone MUST be included in the video so get your pictures in right away!
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Grad Knight Celebration

June 20, 2018

The annual Grad Knight Celebration is an all-night event for seniors only (and adult chaperones). Newport PTSA coordinates this exciting and safe all-night celebration.  This is an evening filled with friends, food, games, prizes and the making of many great memories.  For more information, visit Gradknight.com. Come celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime event following graduation and have a great time with your class! To keep you and your personal belongings safe…
  1. No cell phones or iPods can come with you
  2. No purses, wallets or backpacks
  3. Leave your cars at home too. Tired teens won’t be driving home, that’s where our parents come into play.
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Important Dates

 
Event Date & Time Location
Senior Meeting with Josten's - Grad Packets November 1, 1:30 pm PAC
Senior Class Photo November 1, 2:00 pm Main Gym or Football Field
Josten's at NHS to collect graduation order forms November 6, 7, both lunches Commons
Then & Now, & Siblings Photos online submission for yearbook - school code newport (lowercase) www.hjeshare.com Deadline: December 14, 2017 Label description "Then & Now or Siblings"
Senior Baby Ads for yearbook (deadline, January 12, 2018) Now through 1/12/18 Click here for instructions
Josten's at NHS for Grad Announcement Distribution April 18, after school Commons
Senior Music Auditions May 2nd, 2:00 pm Choir room
Knight Valor Hours due May Naviance
Extra Grad Tickets go on Sale online only, price $5.00 - no limit (All seniors receive 4 complimentary tickets) after June 14, tickets may be purchased in person at the school on June 18 and 19 during regular school hours. May 7 – June 14 Touchbase
Honor Cords/AP Capes Sales begin (You’ll have the fee on your account if eligible) May 7 - June 5 Touchbase
Prom Ticket Sales - during lunches and after school on Wednesdays May 21 - 30 Commons
Senior Slideshow pictures due TBD email pics to nhsseniorslide@gmail.com
Senior Prom June 9, 9 pm - 12 am TBA
Cap & Gown/Honor Cord/AP Cape/Yearbook Distribution (All fines must be paid to pick-up yearbook) June 6, 1:30 pm Commons
Baccalaureate (PTSA-sponsored Inspirational Event) June 4, 6:30 pm TBD
Senior Finals June 12 - 14 Newport
Senior Awards (Parent Coffee Hour at 8:30 a.m.) June 15 PAC
Alphabet/Video/Lunch/Assembly June 15 PAC/Cafeteria/Gym
Graduation Practice - MANDATORY Grad ticket distribution June 18, 9:30 - 11:30 am NHS PAC
Graduation Ceremony June 20, 2:00 pm Alaska Airlines Arena
Grad Knight (visit www.gradknight.com for more info) June 20, TBD It’s always a surprise!
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Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, April 24, 2018   Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Teen Reach is hosting a self-defense class today April 24th after school. The original space has been moved and we are now meeting in the upper gym. Come join us!   This past weekend, our Ocean Science Team went to represent NHS and Washington State at the National Ocean Science Bowl in Boulder, Colorado. This team of amazing student oceanographers placed 5th in the nation- this is the highest ANY Washington team has ever placed in the competition. Over 380 teams competed in 25 regional competitions. Additionally, the team placed 5th in the Science Expert Briefing, where they had to write a science analysis of a proposed piece of legislation (The STRONG Act), then had to present in both written and oral format their findings to a committee as if they were addressing congress. Senior Peyton Lee placed 1st for excellence in Oral Presentation. The team won the coveted James D. Watson Sportsmanship Award as well! Please congratulate these students: Captain Peyton Lee, Isha Sangani, Caroline Wu, Audrey Nguyen & Belle Nguyen.   Congratulations to our very own vocal jazz ensemble, KnightSounds for their outstanding performance in the CBC Jazz Unlimited festival this weekend.  KnightSounds won third place, and four of our soloists won outstanding awards: Amy Li, Bre Williams, Adrian Mercer-Garber, and Kimi Locke.  Special thanks to our rhythm section: Marco Roberts, Marques Locke, and Harvey Yang for their awesome work!   Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   The School Pool Spring Challenge has begun! Participate to earn a prize and school money! Visit Bellevue School Pool for more information!   Do you love learning about different cultures from around the world? Do you love tasting food from different countries? Are you ready for some amazing performances by your peers? Wednesday, April 25th from 5:30 PM-8:30 PM at Bellevue High School is the First Annual District Multi-Cultural Night hosted by the SOAR (students organized for anti-racism) team for high school students, staff, and their families. We will be celebrating the different races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds that flourish throughout our district. The night will be filled with music, food, games, and performances. The night is absolutely free! We want everyone to have the opportunity to showcase their culture. Bring your friends, family, and food (it’s a potluck!) and be ready to have an amazing time. If you have any questions please contact the host, Aisha Cora at the email of: s-coraa@bsd405.org   This Week’s Student Events and Activities  Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • Tryouts start TODAY, Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Spring for Schools! Spring for Schools is Around the Corner! Join Bellevue Schools Foundation for the 30th Annual Spring for Schools Benefit Luncheon Friday, April 27, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. The Education Showcase starts at 11am with the luncheon to follow.   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. http://www.newportdrama.com/BUYTickets Shows are on April 27th and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang You’re Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   Sign up for volunteer hours at the Bellevue All in for Autism 5K/10K, Sunday, April 29th 6 to 9am. This is a great community event. Go to AllinforAutism.com to sign up.   NHS Parent Volunteers! AP Proctors needed during the two weeks of AP testing May 7th- 18th. We are asking for help to assist our lead proctors with test proctoring. Click the Sign-Up Genius link to view additional information and sign up Sign Up Genius   General Information  Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring for Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room   KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   The Opposing Viewpoints database empowers students with information on contentious social issues. They'll get access to statistics and primary sources to inform their opinions and read articles written from diverse perspectives to better understand others. You will need an active KCLS library card to use this premium database.   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com

Daily Bulletin – Monday, April 23, 2018

Daily Bulletin – Monday, April 23, 2018   Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information   This Week’s Student Events and Activities    Sign up for volunteer hours at the Bellevue All in for Autism 5K/10K, Sunday, April 29th 6 to 9pm. This is a great community event. Go to AllinforAutism.com to sign up.   Do you love learning about different cultures from around the world? Do you love tasting food from different countries? Are you ready for some amazing performances by your peers? Wednesday, April 25th from 5:30 PM-8:30 PM at Bellevue High School is the First Annual District Multi-Cultural Night hosted by the SOAR (students organized for anti-racism) team for high school students, staff, and their families. We will be celebrating the different races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds that flourish throughout our district. The night will be filled with music, food, games, and performances. The night is absolutely free! We want everyone to have the opportunity to showcase their culture. Bring your friends, family, and food (it’s a potluck!) and be ready to have an amazing time. If you have any questions please contact the host, Aisha Cora at the email of: s-coraa@bsd405.org   NHS Parent Volunteers! AP Proctors needed during the two weeks of AP testing May 7th- 18th. We are asking for help to assist our lead proctors with test proctoring. Click the Sign-Up Genius link to view additional information and sign up Sign Up Genius   Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. Shows are on April 27th and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang You’re Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   General Information  Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room   KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   The Opposing Viewpoints database empowers students with information on contentious social issues. They'll get access to statistics and primary sources to inform their opinions and read articles written from diverse perspectives to better understand others. You will need an active KCLS library card to use this premium database.   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com

Daily Bulletin – Friday, April 20, 2018

Daily Bulletin – Friday, April 20, 2018   Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Sign up for volunteer hours at the Bellevue All in for Autism 5K/10K, Sunday, April 29th 6 to 9pm. This is a great community event. Go to AllinforAutism.com to sign up.   Come savor a three-course dinner that won first place in Washington State. Join Newport Knives for a Pop-Up Dinner Saturday, April 21st at 6pm. Seats are limited. Reserve by Thursday midnight. Check your email for reservation and menu details.   Do you love learning about different cultures from around the world? Do you love tasting food from different countries? Are you ready for some amazing performances by your peers? Wednesday, April 25th from 5:30 PM-8:30 PM at Bellevue High School is the First Annual District Multi-Cultural Night hosted by the SOAR (students organized for anti-racism) team for high school students, staff, and their families. We will be celebrating the different races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds that flourish throughout our district. The night will be filled with music, food, games, and performances. The night is absolutely free! We want everyone to have the opportunity to showcase their culture. Bring your friends, family, and food (it’s a potluck!) and be ready to have an amazing time. If you have any questions please contact the host, Aisha Cora at the email of: s-coraa@bsd405.org   NHS Parent Volunteers! AP Proctors needed during the two weeks of AP testing May 7th- 18th. We are asking for help to assist our lead proctors with test proctoring. Click the Sign-Up Genius link to view additional information and sign up Sign Up Genius This Week’s Student Events and Activities  Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   Are you interested in hearing an oncologist talk about their journey and their career? Dr. Michele Zhang from Valley Medical Center is coming to speak to anyone interested in attending on Thursday, April 19th in the lecture hall from 3:30-4:30. Do not miss this unique opportunity! No RSVP needed, just come! Newport’s own HOSA club puts on this event.   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. Shows are on April 20th 21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang You’re Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS - 5:30pm. Parents and students speak about their pathway to success and the next phase. This will include parents of students going into middle school, high school and those of graduates. RSVP by emailing sped@bsd405.org   General Information  Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room   KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   The Opposing Viewpoints database empowers students with information on contentious social issues. They'll get access to statistics and primary sources to inform their opinions and read articles written from diverse perspectives to better understand others. You will need an active KCLS library card to use this premium database.   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, April 19, 2018

Daily Bulletin – Thursday, April 19, 2018   Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Sign up for volunteer hours at the Bellevue All in for Autism 5K/10K, Sunday, April 29th 6 to 9pm. This is a great community event. Go to AllinforAutism.com to sign up.   Come savor a three-course dinner that won first place in Washington State. Join Newport Knives for a Pop-Up Dinner Saturday, April 21st at 7pm. Seats are limited. Reserve by Thursday midnight. Check your email for reservation and menu details.   NHS Parent Volunteers! AP Proctors needed during the two weeks of AP testing May 7th- 18th. We are asking for help to assist our lead proctors with test proctoring. Click the Sign-Up Genius link to view additional information and sign up Sign Up Genius   Do you love learning about different cultures from around the world? Do you love tasting food from different countries? Are you ready for some amazing performances by your peers? Wednesday, April 25th from 5:30 PM-8:30 PM at Bellevue High School is the First Annual District Multi-Cultural Night hosted by the SOAR (students organized for anti-racism) team for high school students, staff, and their families. We will be celebrating the different races, ethnicities, and cultural backgrounds that flourish throughout our district. The night will be filled with music, food, games, and performances. The night is absolutely free! We want everyone to have the opportunity to showcase their culture. Bring your friends, family, and food (it’s a potluck!) and be ready to have an amazing time. If you have any questions please contact the host, Aisha Cora at the email of: s-coraa@bsd405.org   This Week’s Student Events and Activities    Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   Are you interested in hearing an oncologist talk about their journey and their career? Dr. Michele Zhang from Valley Medical Center is coming to speak to anyone interested in attending on Thursday, April 19th in the lecture hall from 3:30-4:30. Do not miss this unique opportunity! No RSVP needed, just come! Newport’s own HOSA club puts on this event.   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. Shows are on April 20th 21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang You’re Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS - 5:30pm. Parents and students speak about their pathway to success and the next phase. This will include parents of students going into middle school, high school and those of graduates. RSVP by emailing sped@bsd405.org   General Information  Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS at 5:30pm Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room   KCLS News  The King County Library System (K CLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   The Opposing Viewpoints database empowers students with information on contentious social issues. They'll get access to statistics and primary sources to inform their opinions and read articles written from diverse perspectives to better understand others. You will need an active KCLS library card to use this premium database.   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com

Daily Bulletin – Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Congratulations to our new ASB Executive Board Team.  Our new ASB officers are: President: Francesca Abraham VP: Cindy Chung Treasurer: Ryan Jiang Secretary: Patrick Kim Spirit Commissioner:  Quinn Murphy   Today after-school, Newport Culinary will be selling soft-serve ice cream in room 1401. Ice cream will be available with toppings!   NHS Parent Volunteers! AP Proctors needed during the two weeks of AP testing May 7th- 18th. We are asking for help to assist our lead proctors with test proctoring. Click the Sign-Up Genius link to view additional information and sign up Sign Up Genius   This Week’s Student Events and Activities  Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • There will be a Cheer informational meeting on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 7 pm in Lecture Hall 2201. Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Seniors – did you order graduation announcement or other items from Josten’s?  Josten’s will be at NHS in the commons after school today to distribute those items.  Bring your ID. Caps & gowns will be distributed in June.   Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   The Art Department would like to formally invite you to the first Annual Newport “Taste of the Arts” an art show that samples visual art creations, jazz music, video production and culinary delights from your very own Newport Artists. While you are here you will also have a chance to vote for your favorite faculty work from the teacher show in the balcony area. The show will take place Wednesday April 18th from 6-7pm right here in the Newport Commons. Come and enjoy the art enrichment and support your Newport artists.   Are you interested in hearing an oncologist talk about their journey and their career? Dr. Michele Zhang from Valley Medical Center is coming to speak to anyone interested in attending on Thursday, April 19th in the lecture hall from 3:30-4:30. Do not miss this unique opportunity! No RSVP needed, just come! Newport’s own HOSA club puts on this event.   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. Shows are on April 20th 21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00 pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang You’re Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS - 5:30pm. Parents and students speak about their pathway to success and the next phase. This will include parents of students going into middle school, high school and those of graduates. RSVP by emailing sped@bsd405.org     General Information  Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: Jostens Senior Announcement Delivery: April 18, 2018, after school (students only) SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS at 5:30pm Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regence Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room     KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   With a KCLS student account your student ID now provides you with instant access to all of the online resources that KCLS offers. Use your student account to download an eBook or get homework help! Questions? Contact schoolcards@kcls.org   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com        

Daily Bulletin – Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Wednesday after-school, Newport Culinary will be selling soft-serve ice cream in room 1401. Ice cream will be available with toppings!   Newport Drama is ready to present their rendition of the Laramie Project! Tickets are $6 with ASB and $8 without. Please note that there is strong profanity and mature themes of death and segregation and is not suitable for younger audiences. Tickets are extremely limited and are also available online. Shows are on April 20th 21st, 27th, and 28th at 7:00pm with a 2:00 pm show on the 28th. Hope to see you there!   A special reading of the famous one act Bang Bang Your Dead will be read on April 25th at 7:00 pm in the Newport Theatre. This show follows the mind of a school shooter and will be read by many theatre members, staff, and members of the Black Student Union. Admission is free and please note that there will be limited seating and uncomfortable subject matter. There will also be a talk, discussing school shootings afterwards.   This Week’s Student Events and Activities  Registration for Cheer and Drill tryouts are open in Family ID.
  • There will be a Cheer informational meeting on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 7 pm in Lecture Hall 2201. Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym.
  • There will be a Dance & Drill informational meeting on April 26th at 6:30 in Lecture Hall 2201. Dance and Drill Tryouts are April 30th – May 4th
  Seniors – did you order graduation announcement or other items from Josten’s?  Josten’s will be at NHS in the commons after school on Wednesday, April 18th to distribute those items.  Bring your ID. Caps & gowns will be distributed in June.   Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm.   The Art Department would like to formally invite you to the first Annual Newport “Taste of the Arts” an art show that samples visual art creations, jazz music, video production and culinary delights from your very own Newport Artists. While you are here you will also have a chance to vote for your favorite faculty work from the teacher show in the balcony area. The show will take place Wednesday April 18th from 6-7pm right here in the Newport Commons. Come and enjoy the art enrichment and support your Newport artists.   Are you interested in hearing an oncologist talk about their journey and their career? Dr. Michele Zhang from Valley Medical Center is coming to speak to anyone interested in attending on Thursday, April 19th in the lecture hall from 3:30-4:30. Do not miss this unique opportunity! No RSVP needed, just come! Newport’s own HOSA club puts on this event.   SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS - 5:30pm. Parents and students speak about their pathway to success and the next phase. This will include parents of students going into middle school, high school and those of graduates. RSVP by emailing sped@bsd405.org   Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org     General Information  High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: School Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at WISC-Rainier Room at 4pm Jostens Senior Announcement Delivery: April 18, 2018, after school (students only) SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS at 5:30pm Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regence Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room     KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   With a KCLS student account your student ID now provides you with instant access to all of the online resources that KCLS offers. Use your student account to download an eBook or get homework help! Questions? Contact schoolcards@kcls.org   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com        

Daily Bulletin – Monday, April 16, 2018

Click here to reach the Bellevue School District website or here for the Newport High School website   New Information Seniors – Senior Music Auditions will be held on Wednesday, May 2nd at 2:00pm.  This is your last opportunity to showcase your musical talents as a Newport High School student.  Pick up an application in the main office.  Applications are due to Mrs. Anderson in the main office by Friday, April 27th, 3:30 pm. Seniors – did you order graduation announcement or other items from Josten’s?  They will be at NHS in the commons after school on Wednesday, April 18th  to distribute those items.  Caps & gowns will be distributed in June. The Art Department would like to formally invite you to the first Annual Newport “Taste of the Arts” an art show that samples visual art creations, jazz music, video production and culinary delights from your very own Newport Artists. While you are here you will also have a chance to vote for your favorite faculty work from the teacher show in the balcony area. The show will take place Wednesday April 18th from 6-7pm right here in the Newport Commons.  Come and enjoy the art enrichment and support your Newport artists. Do you want to try out for Cheer? There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 7 pm in Lecture Hall 2201. Tryouts will be Tuesday, April 24th to Friday, April 27th, 6 to 8 pm in the main gym. We are looking forward to a new season with a new coach. Hope to see you there!   This Week’s Student Events and Activities  Are you interested in hearing an oncologist talk about their journey and their career? Dr. Michele Zhang from Valley Medical Center is coming to speak to anyone interested in attending on Thursday, April 19th in the lecture hall from 3:30-4:30. Do not miss this unique opportunity! No RSVP needed, just come! Newport’s own HOSA club puts on this event.   SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS - 5:30pm. Parents and students speak about their pathway to success and the next phase. This will include parents of students going into middle school, high school and those of graduates. RSVP by emailing sped@bsd405.org   Every summer WANIC offers the WANIC Summer Skills Academy, which runs from June 26 – July 13 from 8 am – 3 pm each day, except July 4. Various programs are offered throughout Bellevue School District, Lake Washington School District, and other districts in the surrounding area. Enrollment will open on April 13 through April 22 and the classes fill up quickly. All registration goes through the WANIC Consortium, NOT Bellevue School District. If you are interested in any of the courses that will be offered, please check out their website: http://wanic/lwsd.org/academics/summer-courses regarding classes, locations, and registration. Questions, please contact their offices: wanic@lwsd.org   Are you looking for volunteer opportunities this summer? Do you like working with younger students? Wise Camps is looking for teaching assistants who would be available to help at exciting academic camps at Tyee MS the weeks of July 16-20 and/or July 23-27th! Volunteers will receive a camp T-shirt, a catered lunch each day, and community service hours. Please learn more and fill out the application at www.wisecamps.com/volunteer. The application will be open through April 15th! For additional information email wisecamps@gmail.com with any questions! Thanks!   General Information  High School Summer Program – for students entering grades 9-12 next fall – Sammamish High School, July 10 – August 3, 2018: This program is an opportunity for students to recover credit for classes previously taken in which they failed to receive credit. Students may also take a course for grade improvement if the student previously received credit for a class but did not receive a satisfactory grade. Health is available for original credit. Click here for additional programs and more information: BSD Summer Programs   The Boys and Girls Club offers a free ongoing academic support program for students who are struggling with their grades. Students check in with a mentor once a week during the school day at Newport High School and come up with a plan for how to bring their grades up. Each week the mentor conducts grade checks and works with students to set goals. Interested? Please contact Kelly Aiken at kaiken@bgcbellevue.org OR in the library Fridays. http://www.bgcbellevue.org/Programs/Teens/BE-Great-Graduate   Get a Hot Breakfast Every Morning at Newport - Remember that our cafeteria serves hot breakfast every morning starting at 8 AM for a small fee paid with your district lunch account. Students using the free and reduced-price meal program can use that for breakfast.  An Express Lunch is offered on Wednesday during the nutritional break at 11:35 AM.   Dates to Remember: Racial Equity Speaker Series - White Culture: Monday, April 16, 2018 at Interlake HS at 4:15pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at WISC-Rainier Room at 4pm Jostens Senior Announcement Delivery: April 18, 2018, both lunches (students only) SPED Family Night – Parent & Student Panels: Thursday, April 19, 2018 at Interlake HS at 5:30pm Bellevue Schools Foundation’s Annual Spring For Schools Benefit Luncheon: Friday, April 27, 2018, Hyatt Regence Bellevue. Educational Showcase: 11am Benefit Luncheon: 12pm School Board Meeting: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 4pm at WISC Rainier Room     KCLS News  The King County Library System (KCLS) offers free support for high school students and families. Check out the course descriptions, locations, dates and times using this link: King County Library System-Life After High School Resources.   With a KCLS student account your student ID now provides you with instant access to all of the online resources that KCLS offers. Use your student account to download an eBook or get homework help! Questions? Contact schoolcards@kcls.org   Counseling Center  Visit the Counseling Center webpage for resources and information. Scholarship - Go to Naviance. Community Service Opportunities - Click here for a listing: NHS Community Service Listings   College & Career Center News Visit the College & Career Center webpage for news and information.   NHS Clubs  Clubs and Activities - http://www.bsd405.org/nhs/knights/activities-clubs/   Athletics & ASB Activities  Website Links: http://www.kingcoathletics.com/index.php?pid=0.7.67.0.300   PTSA – Notes  PTA website: http://newportptsa.org/   Questions about Knight Valor? Check out this link: http://newportptsa.org/programs/knight-valor/   Parents: Sign up to receive class specific information from your PTSA Class Liaison. Contact your liaison via the email below:   Class of 2018 (Senior) - newporths2018@gmail.com  Class of 2019 (Junior) - newportclass2019@gmail.com  Class of 2020 (Sophomore) – nhsclassof2020@gmail.com Class of 2021 (Freshman) – newporthighptsa@gmail.com